mule track


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He said the British had constructed the mule track in such a way that it easily accommodated vehicular traffic.
While it is indeed relentlessly uphill most of the way from Gargnano, the walk along what came to be known as the "mule track" more than repays the effort.
Walking enthusiasts can head up the old footpath and mule track through shady pines to neighbouring Soller.
The harder day was the first when we had to walk up a mule track to the huts for seven hours in full sun carrying 40-pound packs.
ISLAMABAD, January 13, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) administration is in process of preparing a mule track to restore the communication link between upper Hunza and rest of the areas.
It is after Grasse that you begin to appreciate the arduous path which Napoleon and his small army were about to face, bearing in mind the road was little more than a mule track then.
They include the works The Ypres Salient at Night, The Mule Track, A Howitzer Firing, Ruined Country and Spring in the Trenches.
CHITRAL -- The residents of the isolated Oveer valley of Upper Chitral have demanded of the government to build a road to the hilly area comprising 12,000 people where the highly perilous mule tracks of 19th century are used as roads.
2 kilometers pedestrian tracks and mule tracks will be made from base camp to picnic spot to protect environment.
For much of Cinque Terre's isolated history, hiking was the only way to travel between its five hamlets, linked by centuries-old coastal trails and panoramic mule tracks that slither through the terraced vineyards.
The British forces had crossed the Shandur Top in Chitral from Gilgit side to annex it in 1895 and began building communication infrastructure in the area for the first time in the form of mule tracks and suspension bridges that facilitated them to mobilise the mountain infantry, Dawn online reported.